Ignatian Spirituality: 
The World is Charged with the Grandeur of God

 

Introduction:

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Narrated by Ms. Jessica Zeller, '00, Trustee from 2005-2011. (The Introduction can also be read here.)

 

Information:

Ignatian Spirituality and the Spiritual Exercises
Debra Mooney, Ph.D.

God's Grandeur
Poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J., optional


Activity:

Ignatian spirituality is best understood through experience. Thus, you are invited to take time out from each of your very busy days, for seven days in a row, to engage in a few minutes of Ignatian prayer and reflection. Choose one of the following three options:

The Examen: A Daily Prayer
Worldly Reflection: Creating Privileged Moments
Scriptural Reflection: 
Finding God in All Things 


Reflection Questions:

  • What insights did I gain about myself personally and/or professionally through the process of Ignatian reflection?
  • How might the practice of Ignatian spirituality influence my work (for instance, with regards to the tasks of collaboration, budget management, offering advice, hiring, supervising, planning, etc.)?